For more information about the CDL test and which endorsements you are required to take, please visit our CDL Test Overview.
Free CDL Practice Tests from Test-Guide.com
CDL Doubles/TriplesDoubles and Triples Practice Test 2
CDL TankerTanker Practice Test 2
CDL General Knowledge
CDL Combination Vehicles
CDL Air Brakes
CDL Passenger Transport
Test-Guide.com's sample CDL questions are a great way to prepare for your CDL test. Our tests require no registration (or payment!). The tests are categorized based on the actual test outline and are immediately scored at the end of the quiz. Once you are finished with the quiz, you will be presented with a score report which includes a complete explanation (rationale) for every question you got wrong. We will be adding more sample test questions in the near future, so please come back often. If you like these practice questions, please make sure to like us on facebook!
CDL Practice Tests from other providers
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Free CDL Practice Tests – Practice CDL Tests from TruckerCountry.com.
CDL Prep Tests – Free CDL Prep Tests from layover.com
CDL Practice Test (PDF) - Printed 100 question practice test from Great Lakes Truck Driving School
Online DMV Commercial Drivers Practice Test - From Nebraska.gov. Very nice test bank that refers answers back to the CDL manual.
Sample CDL DMV Written Tests - From the California Department of Motor Vehicles.
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Recommended CDL Study Guides
If you really are serious about getting a top score on your test, you may want to consider purchasing an CDL study guide.
Test-Guide's Perspective: This 5th edition review book from the editors at REA is the best available. It provides thorough coverage of all topics on the CDL exam and 8 full-length practice exams.
To see other study products, please see our list of recommended study guides.
If you plan on operating a Commercial Motor Vehicle (CMV) then you are required to obtain a Commercial Driver License (CDL). In order to get a CDL, you must first take and pass a general knowledge test, various endorsement tests (depending on the license type you are seeking) and a driving skills test. The CDL Test consists of a general test, one or more endorsement tests, and an air brakes test. The tests that you will take depend on the license classification that you are obtaining (Class A, B, or C) and the type of vehicle that you will be driving (e.g., Tanker, Double/Triple, Passenger Bus). Test-Guide.com provides an overview of how to get your CDL license.
In general, the CDL test is based on national requirements although each state may add additional restrictions. CDL license requirements deal with your driving record, age, and health. More information on CDL license requirements can be found here.
All of the information you need to pass your exam will be included in your state's CDL manual, so please make sure to study the latest version for your particular state. State CDL manuals will specify eligibility, requirements, and testing procedures. The CDL manual also acts as a study guide because it covers all of the information that is required to pass your CDL exam. Test-Guide.com maintains a directory of State CDL manuals. You can also find more information about CDL licensing procedures by visiting your state's license agency.
The CDL general knowledge test will quiz you on general topics included in your state CDL manual, such as: vehicle control, inspection, safety, managing space, controlling speed, driving in various conditions, cargo transport, crash procedures and more. The general knowledge test will typically contain 50 questions, and you will be required to get at least 40 questions right. In addition to the general knowledge test, you will be required to take other endorsement tests depending on the type of vehicle you intend on operating. The other endorsement tests that you may be required to take, include: passenger transport test (20 questions), combination vehicles test (20 questions), hazardous materials test (30 questions), tanker test (20 questions), doubles/triples test (20 questions), and the air brakes test (25 questions). More information on the CDL test is available here.
The sample questions that we have included here, will help you understand which areas you need to work on, so you should study your state's CDL manual, take our practice exams, and review the areas that you are weak on. Good Luck!
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